Adrienne Bailon and Melanie Griffith both have tattoo regrets
Adrienne Bailon is hoping that her third time's the charm.
Don't worry, it's not as interesting as it sounds. It's just another tattoo removal appointment in attempt to finally rid the tattoo on her butt that says "Robert A Kardashian."
A tattoo which she now describes as "ratchet."
The Real Talk, a daytime talkshow, host, who had two previous unsuccessful attempts at removing the ink, told Us Weekly: "I have not been in a relationship with Rob for six years, and I've been with my current boyfriend for five years."
"I think it's time to remove it," said the Cheetah Girls alum, who split with Rob after he cheated on her.
Bailon, who dated the Kardashian from 2007 to 2009, has reportedly been dating Roc Nation's Lenny S.
But she's not alone in this post-break up tatt removal escapade.
Melanie Griffith has also been spotted walking out of a tattoo removal salon, Dr. Tattoff - a tattoo laser removal shop - in Los Angeles, reported Mail Online.
The 56-year-old actress was spotted with a bandage on her bicep, where her famous "Antonio" marking used to be, reported Celebuzz.
When spotted outside the removal shop, the blond star donned a long-sleeved shirt giving no indication on how the session went besides a poorly hidden bandage-looking lump on her arm under her shirt's sleeve.
After Griffith filed for a divorce last month from her husband of 18 years, Antonio Banderas, the pair released a statement saying that they "have thoughtfully and consensually decided to finalize (their) almost 20-year marriage in a loving and friendly manner honoring and respecting each other, (their) family, friends and the beautiful time (they) have spent together," reported Huffington Post.
The duo tied the knot in 1996 and are parents to 17-year-old daughter, Stella.
However, Us Weekly later posted on Twitter a picture of the actress in a sleeveless dress recently.
Bailon, how about trying this tattoo removal salon instead?
If there was one lesson we should all learn from this...while love may fade, ink doesn't.
So think before you ink a name on your skin.
Sources: US Weekly, Mail Online, Celebuzz, Huffington Post and Twitter.